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The new continentalism : energy and twenty-first-century Eurasian geopolitics Kent E. Calder.

By: Calder, Kent E.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, c2012Description: xxxiv, 377 p. : ilustraciones, mapas 24 cm.ISBN: 9780300171020 (pbk.); 0300171021.Subject(s): Relaciones Internacionales | Política Energética | Geopolítica | Asia Central -- Relaciones Exteriores | Asia Central -- Política y Gobierno | Rusia -- Relaciones Exteriores | Rusia -- Política y GobiernoDDC classification: 327.5
Contents:
The challenge of a new world emerging -- Where geography still matters -- Six critical junctures and Eurasia's transformation -- Comparative energy producer profiles -- The comparative political economy of Eurasian petrostates -- Energy-insecure Asian capitalist consumers -- Emerging ententes amid complex continentalism -- Strategic implications -- Prospects and policy implications -- Appendix A: Profiles of Eurasian growth -- Appendix B: Eurasian continentalist organizations..
Summary: Argues that a transnational configuration develops in Asia, driven by economic growth, rising energy demand, and the collapse of longstanding geopolitical boundaries.
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The challenge of a new world emerging -- Where geography still matters -- Six critical junctures and Eurasia's transformation -- Comparative energy producer profiles -- The comparative political economy of Eurasian petrostates -- Energy-insecure Asian capitalist consumers -- Emerging ententes amid complex continentalism -- Strategic implications -- Prospects and policy implications -- Appendix A: Profiles of Eurasian growth -- Appendix B: Eurasian continentalist organizations..

Argues that a transnational configuration develops in Asia, driven by economic growth, rising energy demand, and the collapse of longstanding geopolitical boundaries.

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